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Black Friday: Are retailers ready for the rush?

Black Friday: Are retailers ready for the rush?

06/11/2019 - 11:00
Online retail is projected to reach 1.4 percent of total retail in South Africa, based on an estimated R1 trillion to be spent via traditional channels in 2018, according to findings of the Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study, conducted by World Wide Worx with the support of Visa and Platinum Seed.  read more
January 'dismal' as SA's lengthy slump continues

January 'dismal' as SA's lengthy slump continues

27/02/2019 - 08:50
There are indications that the downswing phase in the SA business cycle has entered its 61st month in January - making it nine months longer than the previous slump. read more
South Africans changing spending habits due to financial pressure, index shows

South Africans changing spending habits due to financial pressure, index shows

22/08/2018 - 09:22
South Africans are under financial pressure and have adjusted their spending behaviour to weather the economic headwinds, according to Shergeran Naidoo, head of stakeholder relations at BankservAfrica. read more
SA's negative economic trend gains velocity - economist

SA's negative economic trend gains velocity - economist

16/10/2015 - 08:41
Cape Town - The negative trend in South Africa's economic cycle has increased its velocity and it is not looking good, Mike Schüssler, chief economist at Economists Dotcoza, told Fin24. read more
SA recession could be likely - index

SA recession could be likely - index

10/09/2015 - 08:58
Cape Town - The BankservAfrica index released on Wednesday reveals that South Africa's economy could shrink in the third quarter, technically pulling the country into a recession, according to Mike Schussler. read more
SA economy 'halfway back to treading water'

SA economy 'halfway back to treading water'

14/05/2015 - 10:37
Johannesburg - It is plain that the South African economy is being held back by power outages and large fuel price increases, according to Mike Schüssler, chief economist at Economists dotcoza. read more
Pick n Pay in new cash transfer option

Pick n Pay in new cash transfer option

19/01/2012 - 10:55
Johannesburg - Pick n Pay Stores [JSE:PIK] on Wednesday said it has entered into a partnership with BankservAfrica that will allow customers to transfer money without the need for a bank account. read more